This EventBrite is for reserving At-Door Tickets for SpringFestNY 2013. To insure that you'll receive an at-door ticket at the convention at regular prices, you must put down a $5 deposit.
Note that this is a deposit to hold a ticket for you at the door for SpringFestNY 2013. You must PRINT and bring your ticket(s) to the event entrance along with your remaining balance for your badge. For example ticket prices are: 2 Day tickets = $25, Saturday Tickets = $15, Sunday Tickets = $12. So you must pay the balance of $20, $10, and $7 respectively in CASH. We will NOT accept any checks or credit cards. This is a non-refundable deposit.
Failure to reserve online will be subjected to pay the full At-Door prices which are:
2-Day Tickets = $30
Saturday Tickets = $20
Sunday Tickets = $17
If you are under 18 years old, due to our strict building regulations, you must have either your parent escort you to the convention or, if you’re coming alone, you must have the permission slip signed by your parents and hand it to us on the day of the convention. If your parent escorts you to the convention and decides to stay for the con, they must have a paid admission ticket as well. You can get a permission slip by visiting our website (http://springfestny.com)
Filming/Photography that will occur at SpringFest2013
There will be different press and film crews at SpringFestNY 2013 covering the various events that are planned throughout the day. They are not planning a commercial distribution at this time. If you do not want your son or daughter filmed, please do not allow them to come to the convention. We have no way of prevent such actions.
There will also be photographers taking pictures of attendees that will be in cosplay (Costume Play) attire.
When & Where
Polytechnic Anime Society
The Polytechnic Anime Society (PAS) is a non-profit student organization based within the Polytechnic University student community. The society resides in the LC223 in the Dibner Building (2nd Floor) at 5 Metrotech Center in Downtown Brooklyn. Throughout our long history in the university, we work in cooperation with the Student Council and other Polytechnic clubs to improve residential campus life. Our key mission is to provide awareness and education about the growing Japanese Anime subculture to the Polytechnic community.